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Everton Classics

A brief history part Three - The glorious 80s

, a look back at the club's most successful period in its history.

Everton: A Brief History – The Nervous 90s Part I

A look back at a dramatic period in Everton's history and one that still has a bearing on our current plight today.

Everton Classics: The Nervous 90s Part 2!

Everton Classics is back! This week we look back at Everton in the late 90s.

St. Patrick’s Day 2021: Celebrating Everton’s greatest Irish players

The Toffees’ love affair with the Emerald Isle goes back to the club’s humble beginnings

BOOK REVIEW: Jim Keoghan - ‘Everton Number Nine: Nine Players, One Iconic Shirt’

An excellent short read on some of the most iconic players to grace the sacred number in royal blue

Everton moments that made you cry - Fiorentina (H), 2008

To lose on penalties to the Italian side in the UEFA Cup was a cruel blow after a performance of such prowess from David Moyes’ side

Everton moments that made you cry - joy, despair and everything in between

Trophies may have been in short supply in recent years, but it’s been far from boring...

A look at the best - and worst - Everton home kits of all time

We delve into the archives to pick out some classics, as well as some jerseys we would rather forget

What If.. Everton had won the 2009 FA Cup Final?

How differently would Everton’s future have played out with a triumph at Wembley over a decade ago?

Everton v Villarreal - what if Collina had allowed Ferguson’s goal?

The Toffees’ found themselves on the wrong side of a sliding doors moment in eastern Spain

On This Day In Everton History: April 24th | Goodison’s Greatest Night

There have been many incredible games in Everton’s history, but not many like this

David Moyes’ Everton 2007-09 - an opportunity missed

The Toffees were in touching distance of tangible success, but it fell away just as quickly

Obscure Former Everton Player: Philippe Senderos

Continuing with our pandemic-time series with one of the most peculiar additions of the David Moyes era

Forgotten Thrillers - Everton 4-4 Leeds

We take a look back at a thrilling match that doesn’t always leap out of the history books

Obscure Former Everton Player: Jose Baxter

Next up in our pandemic-time series is a guy who’s hit hard times but you can’t help but root for him

Obscure Former Everton Player: Andy van der Meyde

Our new pandemic-time series opens with a look at a former player whose tabloid headlines to on-the-pitch contribution ratio was through the roof

Holy Trinity statue unveiled, and is a worthy tribute to three of Everton’s greatest players

A statue of Kendall, Harvey and Ball to be unveiled before Friday’s match with Burnley

False dawns and broken promises - the reasons behind Goodison Park’s fading atmosphere

Goodison has been an angry and sometimes toxic arena in recent years - and often with good reason. But is that about to change?

On This Day - 4th October 1994: Big Dunc signs on

In the first of a new series we look back at significant moments from Everton’s past, starting with the arrival of a certain Duncan Ferguson...

The Great Escape 20 years on - a look back at the 1997-98 season

Everton’s troubles this season has brought back some unpleasant memories for Toffees fans of a certain vintage

Feed the Yak.. and he will score

Yakubu is hanging up his scoring boots today

BOOK REVIEW:Everton Greatest Games

We review Jim Keoghan’s latest voyage through Everton’s long and storied history

Five Reasons Why Now Is a Good Time To Become an Everton Fan

It’s time to be part of something special.

Goodison Park celebrates its 125th birthday!

Today marks 125 years since the Grand Old Lady hosted her first game

Goodison Park stands to be renamed after Everton heroes

Two club legends immortalized

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10 of the toughest players to have played in the Premier League

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Of course Duncan Ferguson was going to be on this list.

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Duncan Ferguson's Everton Goals

Great video showing some of Duncan Ferguson's best goals for the Blues.

Looking Back At Everton; Writer's Roundtable

With 11 games gone each of our writers provides their thoughts on how the campaign has gone.

Everton Classics: The Greatest Escape

In one of the most dramatic games Goodison Park has ever seen, Everton fought back from 2-0 down to retain their top-flight status.

Everton Classics: Ted Sagar

This week's Classics post takes a look at Everton's longest serving player: legendary goalkeeper Ted Sagar.

Everton Classics: One Night In Rotterdam

Everton's pre-season tour of the United States brought back memories of the last time the Toffees were amongst Europe's elite, and they game in which they won their only continental title.

An interview with the legendary Neville Southall

Royal Blue Mersey had a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to speak with legendary Everton goalkeeper Neville Southall about everything from 1985, Howard Kendall and Joe Royle to working with ex-offenders to change their lives.